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Revision as of 11:48, 8 January 2014

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The Remote Application Platform project aims to enable developers to build rich, Ajax-enabled Web applications by using the Eclipse development model, plug-ins and a Java-only API.

This wiki is used as a supplement to the RAP Project Homepage and the RAP Developers Guide. It provides information and resources that are too specific/detailed for either, have to be updated more frequently, or are only relevant for RAP commiters.

Resources for Developers working with RAP

General Information

Project Metrics
API Policy
About mobile platform support
About the default web client

Solutions and Guides

Custom Widget Development
Server push in RAP (UI Callback)
RAP and servlet clustering configurations
Using Fragments to Patch PlugIns
Stress / Load Testing with JMeter

Integration with other Projects

BIRT Integration
RAP/EMF Integration
RAP/Riena Integration
RAP integration with Equinox Security / JAAS
Running RAP on Virgo
Running RAP on IBM WebSphere Application Server
RAP integration with e4 (not Eclipse 4)
Running Eclipse 4.x applications on RAP


List of known RAP add-ons

Documentation on RAP internals

RAP Communication Protocol
Server Push Mechanism
Internal JavaScript API

Resources for Committer

Bugzilla Guidlelines
Coding Standards
Git Repositories
Build Process
Maven Central
Wiki Maintenance

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